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Chicken Chromosome Linkage Map Table

The following linkage map table was based on the following books:

  • 1. Crawford (ed.) (1990) Poultry Breeding and Genetics. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • 2. Stevens, L. (1991) Genetics and Evolution of the Domestic Fowl. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [England].
  • 3. Muir and Aggrey (ed.) (2003) Poultry Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology. CABI Publishing.

Additional data was gathered from many scientific journal papers, all of which are cited in the reference section.

Chromosome 1

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
O Blue Egg-Shell SLCO1B3 Wang et al. 2013. [34] , Wragg et al. 2013. [36]
4
cha Charcoal
0.3
P Pea comb SOX5 (SRY-box 5) Wright et al. 2009.[1] Sato et al. 2010.[2]
32
Db Dark Brown SOX10 (SRY-box 10) Gunnarsson et al. 2011.[3]
12
Ml Melanotic Ml is 45 + map units from P
10
Pg Pattern
no close linkage to above
c (cre, ca) Recessive White TYR (Tyrosinase) Chang et al, 2006.[4] Sato et. al, 2007.[5]

Chromosome 2

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
DV, DC Duplex Comb EOMES (Eomesodermin) Dorshorst et al 2010.[6]

Dorshorst et al 2015.[40]

27
M Multiple Spurs
33
Po, PoD Polydactyly, Duplicate Lmbr1 (limb region 1) Chromosome 2 - Dorshorst et al 2010.[6]

Might be SHH (Sonic HedgeHog) instead of Lmbr1. Dunn et al., 2011.[7]

Zhang et al 2016. [42] Further evidence there are 2 different Po genes (Chinese breeds & Sultans different sequence to European breeds Houdan, Dorkings & Faverolles), He et al 2017.[47]

no close linkage to above
Rp Rumpless Irx1 and Irx2 (Iroquois homeobox) Rooksana et al, 2012.[8]

Chromosome 3

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Ea-P Blood Group P * new to 3, due to linkage with Na
28
Na Naked Neck BMP12/GDF7 (bone morphogenetic protein 12)(growth differentiation factor 7) Pitel et al. 2000.[9] Mou et al. 2011.[10]
43
h Hookless - Silkiness PDSS2 Feng et al 2014. [39] Dorshorst et al 2010.[6]
11
Fl Flightless possible Chromosome 3. Due to close linkage with h - hookless

Chromosome 4

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
mo, mo^w Mottled, White EDNRB2

(Endothelin Receptor B2)

Kinoshita et al. 2014.[38]
no known linkage to above
sc Scaleless FGF20

(Fibroblast growth factor 20)

Wells et al. 2012.[33]

Chromosome 6

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
ig Inhibitor of Gold (Cream) COMTD1

(catechol-O-methyltransferase domain containing 1)

Eriksson, 2012.[11]

Chromosome 7

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Cp Creeper IHH (Indian hedgehog) Jin et al. 2016.[45]
0.4
R Rose comb MNR2 (homeodomain protein)

(& CCDC108 coiled-coil domain containing 108 )

Imsland et al. 2012.[12]
30
U Uropygial linkage not given to lav.
the below not linear
lav 32.5 Lavender MLPH (melanophilin) lav 32.5 map units to R.

Vaez et al., 2008.[13]

 ? linkage not given between lav & Mp
Mp 16 Mp 16 map units to R
the above not linear end of linkage group 1
Ade-B adenine synthesis B Ade-B in linkage group VIII

Chromosome 8

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
FMO3 Fishy taint (eggs & meat) FMO3 (flavincontaining

mono-oxygenase 3)

Honkatukia et al. 2005.[14]

Hamid et al. 2012.[15]

Chromosome 10

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Hf Henny feathering CYP19A1 (cytochrome P450, family 19, subfamily A, polypeptide 1) ref: OMIA

Microchromosome 11

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
E E, ER, ER- Fay, eWh, e+, eb, es, ebc, ey (E series) MC1R

(melanocortin-1 receptor)

Takeuchi et al. 1996.[16], Kerje et al. 2003.[17]

Ling et al. 2003.[18]

E & mo loci 26 cM linkage proposed by Brumbaugh & Hollander, 1965. [19]

Further study indicated that this E-mo 26 cM relationship was not repeatable. Ref. Smyth & Ponce de Leon, 1992. [43]

mo (EDNRB2) locus found on Chromosome 4 in 2014. Ref. Kinoshita et al. 2014.[38]

Microchromosome 12

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Bl Blue MITF *possible candidate - not sequenced in chickens.

Minvielle et al. 2010.[20]

no known linkage to above
lo Congenital loco Okumura et al. 2013.[37]

Microchromosome 13

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Pti Feathered legs Chromosome 13 -

Dorshorst et al. 2010.[6]

Microchromosome 15

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Et Ear Tuft TBX1, partial GNB1L

(T-box 1)

Rooksana et al, 2012.[8]

Microchromosome 16 (17)

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
B-G
Ea-B
0.4
B-F MHC
R-Rs 1
B-L
lr-GAT
NOR Nucleolar organiser region
Ea-B

Microchromosome 20

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Fm Fibromelanosis EDN3 (Endothelin 3) Chromosome 20 - Dorshorst et al. 2010.[6]
  • might be EDN3 - not substantiated

Dorshorst et al. 2011.[21], Shinomiya et al. 2011.[22]

Microchromosome 24

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
w Yellow Skin BCDO2 (beta-carotene dioxygenase 2) Eriksson et al. 2008.[23]
22
Ea-H Blood Group H

Microchromosome 25

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
 ? Beak Deformity LOC426217 (claw keratin-like) Bai et al. 2016.[41]

Microchromosome 27

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
Mb Muff beard HOXB8 (Homeobox B8) Guo et al. 2016.[44]

Microchromosome 33 (Linkage Group E22C19W28)

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
fr Fray
46
Cr Crest HOXC8

(Homeobox protein C8)

Wang et al. 2012.[24]
12.5
I, ID, IS Dominant White, Dun, Smoky PMEL17

(Melanocyte protein Pmel 17)

Kerje et al. 2004.[25]
17
F Frizzle KRT75

(α-Keratin)

Ng et al. 2012.[26]

Z Chromosome: sex-linked

Locus Map Unit Locus Description Scientific Name Comments/ Ref.
ro Restricted Ovulator
3
sh Shaker
14
n Naked
7
px Paroxysm
1.9
ln Liver Necrosis
3.1
dwB, dwM, dw Dwarf GHR (growth hormone receptor) Hull et al. 1999.[27]
3.4
wl Wingless
0.6
pn Prenatal Lethal
3
ev21 Endogenous viral 21 EV21 (ALVE21)

(Endogenous viral 21)

Tixier-Boichard et al. 1997.[28],

Bacon et al. 1988.[29]

Kn, Ks, K Slow Feathering / Late Feathering PRLR and SPEF2

(prolactin receptor)(sperm flagellar 2)

Elferink et al. 2008.[30]
1.1
S, Sal-s, sal Silver, Imperfect Albinism SLC45A2

(solute carrier family 45 member 2)

Gunnarsson et al, 2007.[31]
4
lk Lady Killer
12
Li Light Down
7
y Recessive White Skin or WHAM (Wisconsin hypoalpha mutant) ABCA1 (ATP-binding cassette, sub-family A (ABC1), member 1) Attie et al. 2002. [35]
13
br Brown Eye
27
Id, ida, idc,idM Dermal Melanin Inhibitor VCAN (Versican) or B4GALT1 (beta1,4-Galactosyltransferase) Might be VCAN or B4GALT1 - not substantiated.

Dorshorst et al. 2010.[6]

14
BSd, B Sex-linked Dilution, Barring CDKN2A/B

(Cyclin-dependent kinas inhibitor 2A/B)

Hellström et al. 2010.[32] ,

Schwochow Thalmann et al. 2017.[46]

13
ko Head Streak

References

Ref. No. Year Reference Paper URL
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13 2008 Vaez M, Follett SA, Bed'hom B, Gourichon D, Tixier-Boichard M, Burke T. (2008) A single point-mutation within the melanophilin gene causes the lavender plumage colour dilution phenotype in the chicken. BMC Genet. 2008 Jan 15;9:7. doi: 10.1186/1471-2156-9-7. [Full]
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19 1965 Brumbaugh, J. A., and W. F. Hollander (1965) A further study of the E pattern locus in the fowl. Iowa State J. of Science, 40; 51-64 No online paper.
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22 2011 Shinomiya A, Kayashima Y, Kinoshita K, Mizutani M, Namikawa T, Matsuda Y, Akiyama T. (2011) Gene Duplication of endothelin 3 is Closely Correlated with the Hyperpigmentation of the Internal Organs (Fibromelanosis) in Silky Chickens. Genetics. 2012 Feb;190(2):627-38. doi: 10.1534/genetics.111.136705. Epub 2011 Nov 30. [Full]
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27 1999 Hull, K.L, Marsh, J.A. and Harvey, S. (1999) A missense mutation in the GHR gene of Cornell sex-linked dwarf chickens does not abolish serum GH binding. Journal of Endocrinology (1999) 161, 495–50. [Full]
28 1997 Tixier-Boichard M, Boulliou-Robic A, Morisson M, Coquerelle G, Horst P, Benkel B. (1997) A deleted retroviral insertion at the ev21-K complex locus in Indonesian chickens. Poult Sci. 1997 May;76(5):733-42 [Full]
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35 2002 Attie, A. D., Hamon, Y., Brooks-Wilson, A.R., Gray-Keller, M.P., MacDonald, M.L.E., Rigot, V., Tebon, A., Zhang, L., Mulligan, J.D., Singaraja, R.R., Bitgood, J.J., Cook M.E., Kastelein, J.J.P., Chimini, G. and Hayden, M. R. (2002) Identification and functional analysis of a naturally occurring E89K mutation in the ABCA1 gene of the WHAM chicken. The Journal of Lipid Research, October 2002. 43, 1610-1617. [Full]
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37 2013 Okumura, Y., Ohtake, T., Uemoto, Y., Sato, S., Sato, S. and Kobayashi, E. (2013) Fine mapping of the chicken congenital loco locus on chromosome 12. Animal Genetics. doi: 10.1111/age.12065 [Abstract]
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42 2016 Zhang, Z., Nie, C., Jia, Y., Jiang, R., Xia, H., Lv, X., … Qu, L. (2016) Parallel Evolution of Polydactyly Traits in Chinese and European Chickens. PLoS ONE, 11(2), e0149010. http://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0149010 [Full]
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44 2016 Guo Y, Gu X, Sheng Z, et al. (2016) A Complex Structural Variation on Chromosome 27 Leads to the Ectopic Expression of HOXB8 and the Muffs and Beard Phenotype in Chickens. Leeb T, ed. PLoS Genetics. 2016;12(6):e1006071. doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1006071. [Full]
45 2016 Jin, S., Zhu, F., Wang, Y., Yi, G., Li, J., Lian, L., … Yang, N. (2016). Deletion of Indian hedgehog gene causes dominant semi-lethal Creeper trait in chicken. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6, 30172. http://doi.org/10.1038/srep30172 [Full]
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